Chiswick School Sixth Form Launches Alumni Network

Calling on former pupils to join up to help the school and its pupils

Chiswick School sixth formers

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Chiswick School Sixth Form are launching a new alumni network.

They want former pupils of the school who attended the sixth form and would like to support the school and its current students to sign up

The new official Alumni network can be joined via the school website.

It doesn’t matter when you left, whether you’re in further education or employment, whether you still live nearby or have moved further away, they would still like to hear from you.

By signing up, this will enable the school to keep you informed about the latest news and developments as well as how you can potentially provide opportunities to current students. This could include anything from careers insight and e-mentoring to work experience.

Graham McNamara, Director of Sixth Form said, “Right now, there are students in the classrooms where you once sat, facing similar challenges and opportunities that you did. Being connected to you in some way could really help them.

"At Chiswick Sixth Form the opportunities we offer our students in terms of enrichment are growing year on year. Our underlining presence of community in our school is truly unique and we would love for past students of our Sixth Form to play a part in this! If you are interested in mentoring, fundraising or coming in to speak to our students (perhaps virtually for now) please let us know."

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November 17, 2020

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